Entries by Phillip Rutter

In Memoriam: Peter West MBKS 1928-2017

Peter was born in Prague and his early childhood was marked by the extremely adverse circumstances of being an evacuee, in a country where he had no close family.  He completed his education at a boarding school in Kent for people in his position. Peter had a varied life in our industry. Early on in […]

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Exciting New Member Discounts

Hey guys, We’re pretty happy to announce that being a member of IMIS now comes with a series of discounts to popular products and services. If you are a member, head over to the Members Section and then Discounts. Wait, you’re not a member yet? Better get on that. Become a Member Today Check below […]

Review: TrackMySubs

If you’re anything like me you have a bunch of subscriptions at the same time: Netflix, Adobe CC, MailChimp, my ISP, Office 365, etc. Many of these renew on their own but a few of them don’t and there are times when the providers don’t send reminders.  That’s where TrackMySubs comes in.   TrackMySubs is, […]

Press Release: IMIS Appoints New Chair of Cinema Technology Committee

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, 20TH APRIL 2017 — The International Moving Image Society (IMIS) (formerly known as the British Kinematograph Sound and Television Society (BKSTS)) has announced the appointment of a new Chairman to oversee the development of its widely respected Cinema Technology Committee (CTC). The appointment of Richard Mitchell (also VP Global Marketing & Commercial […]

The Effects of the Financial Markets on the Film Industry

The foreign exchange markets have become more and more liquid over the years as global trade has increased, with a daily volume of US $5.3 trillion. The increase in international trade presents some exciting opportunities for both large and small companies across a wide range of industries. For people working in creative industries, it could […]